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Wednesday March 27, 2002
01:35 PM

Go Beos!

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According to linux.com, Beos is in third place in their latest popularity survey!

I was trying to figure out how to do ip-spoofing so I could vote multiple times, but I couldn't find any help on the subject. >:) And before you start crying about my attempt to cheat, surveys like this are total bologna anyway, so don't whine to me about it - I don't care.

In other news, Paul Seamons has fixed the bug I found in Net::Server, as well as accepted my suggestion regarding setting uid and euid. There should be a new release next week. Hooray!

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  • If you figure out the IP spoofing, can you write a module to do that? :)

    --
    J. David works really hard, has a passion for writing good software, and knows many of the world's best Perl programmers
    • Heh - looks like you could start with Net::ProxyMod or Net::Divert if you really want to do this. I'm not sure I'd post a module that did IP spoofing, even if I was able to put it together, since I think it would do more harm than good.

      It looks like the easiest thing to do is just to connect through an anonymous proxy. See multiproxy.org [multiproxy.org] for a list of IP's, or look here [a4u.at] if you want to connect online through an anonymous proxy.

      I've also found software here [8th-wonder.net] that (apparently) let's you do IP spoofing.

      G